This white paper looks at how corporate finance centers can overcome the barriers to fast close and identifies solutions to help organizations sustain and improve their close times.
Based on studies to better understand best practices in planning and forecasting and how to achieve them, this white paper discusses the four main challenges that prevent finance executives and business leaders having the future visibility they need to predict and manage their business.
Rapid international expansion had put a strain on Whessoe’s internal IT system. To keep up with business demands, Whessoe needed an IT overhaul including a modern finance system that could cope with their analytics and reporting needs and an automated timesheet solution.
This paper addresses some of the salient requirements of the EU Data Protection Directive or the UK Data Protection Act 1998 pertinent to the investigation, review, and/or collection of employees’ personal data.
The North East Ambulance Service implemented RAM's Asset4000 software to provide a comprehensive and integral information system to aid the asset reporting process. This significantly reduced the time spent on monthly accounting, data reconciliation and error management.
This White Paper explores the challenges and issues surrounding Business Process looking at Process drivers and ERP linkage and how to gain better value.
This paper describes how activity-based costing (ABC) contributes to more reliable customer, product, and channel profitability analysis, concluding with two brief case studies where financial services providers have successfully deployed ABC.
Wilmington Group needed to get a complete picture of the operational efficiency of its business divisions and new ventures. However, it was faced with a difficult challenge in deciding what platform to use across the group. Find out who Wilmington chose, and the benefits they gained.
By acquiring Coates Lorilleux in 2000, Sun Chemical doubled their existing UK workforce to 1,600 employees. They needed to make the payroll function consistent across all their UK businesses. This case study provides an overview of how a provider the business advantages that were gained.
Following a recent acquisition, this company needed to look at new ways to deliver the 3 separate payrolls that existed within the company. This was not made easy due to the comapany having a conplex pay structure with different payroll periods.